Nintendo Switch games have multiplied to great numbers. Apparently, many users have not been impressed by the initial list announced. The lineup of games is getting more and more exciting as users are given more options to choose from.
According to Express UK, it is expected to have more games added to Nintendo Switch, however, Nintendo may not go all out and for good reasons. Nintendo definitely wants the ultimate gaming pleasure to its users without them being stagnated. In a way, they don't want to throw out all of their cards on the table.
Kimishima, Nintendo President, said that some gamers who have seen the games lineup thought it was weak. To a valid extend, it may actually be considered so. However, Kimishima continued on by saying that they want to arrange the lineup software for 2017 in such a way that new titles are regularly offered without long gaps.
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This is a smart move, though many consider it unpopular. It does make sense, that by doing this, users continue playing the system, maintains the needed buzz and basically gain steady momentum. In relation to this, "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe" will be debuting on Nintendo Switch within the first half of 2017 along with "Splatoon 2" come summer.
"Splatoon 2" had a special mention from Kimishima himself. It is believed to revive eSports scene as it will also offer voice chat which is highly requested from overseas fans and users. It will also enable eight users playing together for eight-person local multiplayer. This is good news as it is a great addition to Nintendo Switch games.
As added by PC Mag, "Zelda: Breath of the Wild" is going to be part of the game, however, it is not as exciting as the company expected. Nintendo Switch does not have to worry as the games lineup have significantly multiplied from 26 to 106! Nintendo Switch games are sure to get users on their toes to determine all the games available before its launch in March.
Nintendo Switch games have confirmed that games like "Super Bomberman," "Just Dance 2017," "1-2 Switch" and "Skyland Imaginators" are part of the lineup. Additional games also include "I am Setsuno," "World of Goo," "Little Inferno," "Human Resource Machine," and "The Binding of Isaac."